The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has published official charges for services rendered to the public at their offices across the country.
A notice posted on the licensing authority’s premises lists all activities it undertakes and their speific charges.
This is to avoid incidents of clients paying more than they are supposed to and to kick out middle-men, popularly called ‘goro boys’ from the system.
Kwasi Agyemang Busia is CEO at DVLA
The DVLA last week directed vehicle owners who wish to have their vehicles registered in 2019, to begin the process on its e-platform between Monday, December 3 and the 31.
The directive contained in a statement issued from the Public Relations outfit “is to ensure that the time spent to have vehicles registered is reduced drastically and to prevent overcrowding” at the premises.
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See the full list of official charges for services rendered by the DVLA: